AMprep101: online course for the ACT



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    This is the course information page for high school seniors and juniors preparing for the ACT with AMprep101 - the 4 week USCollegePrep online prep course.

    Start Date

    A new course begins weekly (every Monday). Students select when to begin the course.

    Learning objectives - all sections

    Understanding and applying sentence structure fundamentals.
    Applying basic grammar, usage and punctuation rules to English section problems.
    Understanding math fundamentals and algebraic word problems.
    How to solve plane and coordinate geometry problems and challenging trigonometry questions.
    How to adjust reading method to various passages.
    Understanding ACT science reasoning problems within the biology, earth/space sciences, chemistry and physics content sections.
    Using and applying data, research summaries and conflicting viewpoints within the science reasoning section.
    How to work efficiently under time constraints.

    Course overview

    This course provides the student with applicable test strategies in all sections of the ACT. In order to significantly improve their scores, students must focus on problem solving techniques and strategies which are unique to the ACT.

    Overall, efficiency, speed and how to avoid ACT problem traps are emphasized by US CollegePrep teachers while maintaining a positive online learning environment.
    Textbook

    Course materials

    The Real ACT Prep Guide

    (Not included in price) The Real ACT Prep Guide.Book can be purchased at the USCollegePrep Bookstore (via Amazon) or at your local bookseller.

    How to succeed in class ... and with the ACT

    Review recommended introductory material prior to week one
    Actively participate in the all subject forums
    Regularly email test related questions and answers to your US CollegePrep teachers for personalized review

    Computer requirements

    Internet access
    Individual email account


     

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